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Christmas Tree Cookies~A Fangio Tradition

Christmas Tree Cookies

Christmas Tree Cookies are a tradition in the Fangio home!  Ever since my children we scooting around the house in footed PJ’s we’ve been making these delicious cookies.  Buttery, soft, and melt in your mouth goodness is only the beginning.  I simply adore the fact that they look so homespun.  Sure, these days we could break out the royal frosting and fancy tips and go for a instagram able moment but it would just not be the same.

Cookie Garland Door

One year we even turned our Christmas Tree Cookies into a cookie garland and hung it around the door.

Cookie Garland Brandon

When guests left the house we cut the cookies apart for a little to-go treat.  The kids’ and little Brandon LOVED it!

Make a batch of Christmas Tree Cookies with someone you adore TODAY! You will be so glad you did and stay tuned all week!  I will be sending some of our favorite sweet recipes perfect for taking, sharing or just plain munching!

Christmas Tree Cookies

2 cups butter

3 cups powdered sugar

2 eggs

2 teaspoon vanilla

1 teaspoon almond extract

5 cups flour

2 teaspoons soda

Using an electric mixer cream the butter and sugar together, add eggs one at a time until both are incorporated. Add vanilla and almond extract and mix well.  Combine dry ingredients in a bowl and add slowly mixing to incorporate.  To make rolling faster and easier, separate dough into 2 large zip lock bags.  Press dough flat into the bags.  Chill dough for 1 hour. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Cut bags off of chilled dough.  Roll and cut on floured surface.  Bake cookies on greased cookie sheets 7-11 minutes.

Buttercream Frosting

1½ sticks butter at room temperature

6 cups powdered sugar

1 tablespoon of vanilla

1 teaspoon almond extract

Milk or heavy cream

Green and yellow food coloring

Using an electric mixer, combine butter, sugar, extracts and several teaspoons of milk on low speed; continue to add milk as needed to get the proper consistency for spreading.  Beat on high speed for 5-7 minutes to create a fluffy frosting.  Do not leave the mixer unattended.  Color ½ cup frosting bright yellow and color the remainder bright green.  Spread the green frosting onto the Christmas trees.  Using a pastry bag fitted with a star tip, pipe a star at the top of each cookie.

 

 

 

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Lorie Fangio is a teaching chef and the founder of A Taste of Paris culinary excursions. She shares her extensive knowledge of French food & culture through cooking classes, regular TV appearances, local publications, and speaking engagements. She is an award-winning food & lifestyle blogger with a zest for gathering people around a table.

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